2020 VIRTUAL Season: September—December
About the Virtual Production
About the Play
“Rosalind” tells the story of the mother of a famous London stage actress, known for her portrayal of Rosalind in William Shakespeare’s “As You Like It.” While vacationing at the cottage of one Dame Quickly, a young man appears at the door, a young man who just happens to be in love with the famous London actress, who mother is staying at the cottage. What unfolds is a heartfelt rollercoaster of a comedy that moves through the emotional highs and lows of first loves, that questions what is one’s true self and what is a mask, and examines the powerful pull of a life on the stage and the sacrifices that one is willing to make for the sake of art.
About the Playwright
Sir James Matthew Barrie was a journalist, playwright, and novelist. In 1904 he found international fame when he wrote “Peter Pan, or The Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up.” He followed it with the successful premieres of more than 50 plays including “The Admirable Crichton,” “The Twelve-Pound Look,” “Dear Brutus,” and “Mary Rose.” A contemporary of G.B. Shaw and H.G. Wells, and a close friend of Arthur Conan Doyle and P.G. Wodehouse, Barrie was one of the most celebrated men of his day. Barrie died on June 3, 1937.
About Watching Video Content
Single $16 • Couple $30 • Household $40
After you purchase your ticket, you will receive a confirmation email.
By noon, on the day of the show, you will receive an email containing your access code to watch the show.
On the day and at the time of your scheduled show, go the the Rosalind page on our website and click “watch.” Enter your access code and enjoy the show!